Contents of the 2006 ICRW Proceedings

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Preface

Challenges and Opportunities for Watershed Research

DISTURBANCE AND WATER RELATED RESEARCH IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES

Kelly Elder, Kate Dwire, Robert Hubbard, Charles Rhoades, Sandra Ryan, Mike Young,

Laurie Porth, Mark Dixon and Angus Goodbody

Hydrologic Data Collection and Modeling

AN ARS DATA SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING CONSERVATION PRACTICES IN

WATERSHED STUDY

Jin-Song Chen, Jean L. Steiner, and John Sadler

HYDROLOGIC MODEL UNCERTAINTY ASSOCIATED WITH SIMULATING FUTURE

LAND-COVER/USE SCENARIOS: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS

Darius J. Semmens, Mariano Hernandez, David C. Goodrich, and William G. Kepner

USING THE HYDROLOGIC MODEL MIKE SHE TO ASSESS DISTURBANCE IMPACTS

ON WATERSHED PROCESSES AND RESPONSES ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN U.S.

Ge Sun, Jianbiao (Jeff) Lu, Steven G. McNulty, James M. Vose, and Devendra M. Amayta

PARTITIONING EVAPOTRANSPIRATION USING DIURNAL SURFACE

TEMPERATURE VARIATION

M. Susan Moran, Timothy O. Keefer, Ginger B. Paige, Russell L. Scott, William E. Emmerich,

Michael H. Cosh and Peggy E. O’Neill

EVALUATION AND APPLICATION OF THE MIKE SHE MODEL FOR A

CYPRESS-PINE FLATWOODS WATERSHED IN NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA

Jianbiao Lu, Ge Sun, Steven G. McNulty, and Nicholas B. Comerford

Fire Effects on Watersheds

FIRE EFFECTS ON WATER QUALITY: A SYNTHESIS OF RESPONSE REGULATING

FACTORS AMONG CONTRASTING ECOSYSTEMS

Katherine J. Elliott and James M. Vose

INITIAL STREAMWATER RESPONSE TO THE HAYMAN FIRE, COLORADO

FRONT RANGE

Chuck Rhoades, Deb Entwistle and Dana Butler

Watershed Management, Planning and Regulation

THE COMPARISON OF TWO WATERSHEDS USING A WATERSHED NUTRIENT

LOADING MODEL

Walter Frick, Anne Sigleo, and Lourdes Prieto

REMOVING STORM WATER POLLUTANTS AND DETERMINING RELATIONS

BETWEEN HYDRAULIC FLOW-THROUGH RATES, POLLUTANT REMOVAL

EFFICIENCY, AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOST FILTER MEDIA

Britt Faucette, Frank Shields, Kate Kurtz

Long Term Data and Watershed Response to Disturbance

LONG TERM HYDROLOGIC TRENDS ON THE LITTLE RIVER EXPERIMENTAL

WATERSHED

David D. Bosch and Joseph M. Sheridan

QUANTIFYING TRAIL EROSION AND STREAM SEDIMENTATION WITH MARKED

RECAPTURE TRACERS

Mark Riedel

ATMOSPHERIC/OCEANIC INFLUENCES ON CLIMATE IN THE SOUTHERN

APPALACHIANS

Mark Riedel

INCORPORATION OF VARIABLE-SOURCE-AREA HYDROLOGY IN THE

PHOSPHORUS INDEX: A PARADIGM FOR IMPROVING RELEVANCY OF

WATERSHED RESEARCH

William J. Gburek, Andrew N. Sharpley, and Douglas B. Beegle

LONG-TERM HYDROLOGIC DATABASE: GOODWATER CREEK, MISSOURI

E.J. Sadler, R.N. Lerch, E.E. Alberts, and T.L. Oster

HURRICANE IMPACT ON STREAM FLOW AND NUTRIENT EXPORTS FOR A

FIRST-ORDER FORESTED WATERSHED OF THE LOWER COASTAL PLAIN,

SOUTH CAROLINA

L. Wilson, D. Amatya, T. Callahan, and C. Trettin

EASTERN HEMLOCK TRANSPIRATION: PATTERNS, CONTROLS, AND

IMPLICATIONS FOR ITS DECLINE IN SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN FORESTS

Chelcy R. Ford and James M. Vose

HYDROLOGY OF FIRST-, SECOND-, AND THIRD-ORDER EXPERIMENTAL

FORESTED WATERSHEDS IN COASTAL SOUTH CAROLINA

D. Amatya, T. Callahan, J. Amoah, A. Harrison, and C. Trettin

2nd ICRW Program

2nd ICRW Participants